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Nurturing an orphaned lamb pays an unexpected benefit when sheep rustlers come to town in this exciting episode in the Jasmine Green Rescues series.
It’s lambing season at Oak Tree Farm! When a little lamb loses his mother, Jasmine names him Lucky and steps in to bottle-feed him and patiently help him learn to walk. With a sheepdog to train and two helpless baby birds to raise, it’s hard work for Jasmine to juggle all of her animals, even with the help of her best friend, Tom. But when sheep rustlers strike her family’s flock, taking Lucky with them, Jasmine will have to summon the courage for her most daring rescue yet. From author Helen Peters and illustrator Ellie Snowdon comes an especially thrilling story about Jasmine Green, a girl with a talent for taking care of animals.
About the Author
Helen Peters is the author of numerous books for young readers that feature heroic girls saving the day. She grew up on an old-fashioned farm in England, surrounded by family, animals, and mud. Helen Peters lives in East Sussex, England.
Ellie Snowdon is a children’s author-illustrator from a tiny village in South Wales. She has a master’s in children’s book illustration from Cambridge School of Art. Ellie Snowdon lives in Cambridge, England.
Peters provides insight into rearing animals both wild and domestic in this enjoyable series. . . . In A Lamb Called Lucky, it’s lambing season on the farm, and when Jasmine finds an orphaned lamb, she knows just what to do. . . . Peters turns up the cute factor in these delightful romps. . . A compelling series with a plucky, determined protagonist who follows her passion. Perfect for young animal lovers. —School Library Journal